A new Machine Learning based Deep Performance Index for Ranking IPL T20 Cricketers

  title={A new Machine Learning based Deep Performance Index for Ranking IPL T20 Cricketers},
  author={C. Deep and C. Patvardhan and Sushobhit Singh},
  journal={International Journal of Computer Applications},
  • C. Deep, C. Patvardhan, Sushobhit Singh
  • Published 2016
  • Computer Science
  • International Journal of Computer Applications
  • T20 cricket has brought about a revolution in cricket. The Indian Premier League (IPL) tournament organized every year by the Board of Cricket Control of India has become very popular with a huge fan following. It is based on franchises bidding for acquiring players to play for their side. Huge amounts of money are involved in the auction. Ranking of players in IPL according to their performance is an important step that would allow franchises and team managers to take better informed decisions… CONTINUE READING

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